Hymnographer


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Hym`nog´ra`pher


n.1.One who writes on the subject of hymns.
2.A writer or composed of hymns.
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A hymnographer, too, he was considered the Prince of Greek hymns.
Adopting the comparison made by the hymnographer who composed the text of the Cherubic hymn, we may say that those who become worthy of seeing the glory of God mysteriously represent the Cherubim, urging those who wish to follow them to set aside the cares of this world.
In the sixteenth century a new hymnographer appeared.
He defines Blahoslav as being "more a linguist and hymnographer than a theologian", and shows how he got to music through the endeavour to put across in the Unity of Brethren universal education on the basis of the seven free arts.
Nevertheless, recourse to theophanies remained a frequent occurrence in Christian hymnography, and iconography and, as a result, continued to enjoy great popularity among Christian worshippers, irresistibly commanding the gaze of the iconographer, the ready pen of the hymnographer, and the amazing tales of the hagiographer.
The books GE-nay promoted were a Syriac book of poems titled "Kutsal Ruh'un Kavaly" (The Lyre of the Holy Spirit) by Ephrem the Syrian, a Syriac deacon and a prolific Syriac-language hymnographer and theologian of the fourth century, and "Divan'y Molla CezirE" (DEwanE Melay CizErE), a collection of poems by Malaye Jaziri, a Kurdish writer, poet and mystic who lived from 1570-1640.
11-30); it is a manuscript of the 13th century, containing music by a host of some very important early Byzantine hymnographers; including Kassia (between 810 and before 865), the earliest woman hymnographer whose music is preserved, and whose life and work has been thoroughly studied and presented in a number of publications by Touliatos.
For Eve we hear is the woman who personifies sin, brought death to humankind; she was according to the hymnographer St Romados "snakier than the snake".
Among the papers, the most noteworthy are those by Marie Theres Fogen ("Reanimation of Roman Law in the Ninth Century: Remarks on Reasons and Results"), Nancy Patterson Sevcenko ("Canon and Calendar: The Role of a Ninth--Century Hymnographer in Shaping the Celebration of Saints"), Role of a Ousterhout ("Reconstructing Ninth--Century Constantinople"), Alessandra Ricci ("The Road from Baghdad to Byzantium and the Case of the Bryas Palace in Istanbul"), Sidney Griffith ("What Has Constantinople to Do with Jerusalem?
Both men, of course, were champions of Monophysitism, something specifically addressed by the hymnographer. In hymn VI he portrays Severus refuting the doctrines of the bishops at Chalcedon: `Vain is all the worship/of the bishops of Chalcedon,/for the doctrines of Severus/ destroyed them quickly' (p.
A hymnographer, he composed hymns and songs to praise God and spread the faith.
(17) The application of the pattern of paschal hymns to other festal hymns (see Janeras, Vendredi-Saint, 254-56) is evident in the writings of the celebrated sixth-century hymnographer Romanos the Melodist.